Welcome to the Colorado Chapter page!
Colorado EcoWomen is a lively and engaging network that helps YOU advance your career and helps you make a difference. If you, your friends, or your family have questions, ideas, or would like to get involved, please contact us at email@example.com.
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Meet the Colorado Chapter Board
Amy is the Global Projects Officer at ifaw, the International Fund for Animal Welfare. Her career has focused on managing conservation projects, building programs and partnerships, and advocating for human-wildlife coexistence. On the board of Colorado EcoWomen, she serves as co-chair with Hannah.
Hannah works for the U.S. Department of Interior within the natural resource damage assessment and restoration program. On the Colorado EcoWomen board, she serves as co-chair with Amy. Hannah lives in Boulder with her partner and two cats; her favorite outdoor activities are backpacking and gravel biking.
Naomi Curland is the Executive Director for Longmont Food Rescue, a hunger relief nonprofit that redistributes nutritious food that would otherwise go to waste to those in need. Naomi is also a board member of Sustainable Resilient Longmont and chairs their Zero Waste Committee. On the board of Colorado EcoWomen, she served as secretary from 2020-2022, and is now the chapter's treasurer. When she's not doing environmental work in her community, she enjoys hiking and painting.
Heather has over 15 years of experience in environmental consulting and research on climate change, ecosystem services, and natural resource damage assessments and restoration. She joined the Colorado EcoWomen Board to connect with other eco-minded women, and currently serves as the chapter's secretary. She lives in Boulder and enjoys hiking, skiing, and camping throughout Colorado with her partner, their son and dog, Saxa.